Handley Page Halifax Mk III - Yorkshire Air Museum
The Museum’s Halifax reconstruction is based on a section of the fuselage of Halifax II, HR792, which carried out an emergency landing on the Isle of Lewis in 1945. A crofter, Mr McKenzie, purchased the fuselage section for use as a hencoop. The wings came from Hastings, TG536, at RAF Catterick. The reconstruction is named …
ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND, 1942-1945.
Handley Page Halifax B Mark III Series 1As of No. 1663 Heavy Conversion Unit undergo maintenance at night in a T2 Type hangar at Rufforth, Yorkshire.
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Halifax mk3 QO-W Willie the Wolf East Moor Yorkshire
Halifax mk3 QO-W Willie the Wolf East Moor Yorkshire. This photo was taken in july 1944 still with 432 squadron. This aircraft was later transfered to 415 squadron.http://flightengineer.org.uk/